BUSD Elementary Spanish Dual Immersion Program Poised For Growth

BUSD will hold informational meetings on the growing Spanish Dual Immersion program for Kindergarten and first grade classes in 2014-15 on Monday and Tuesday, February 10 and 11.

Burbank High School Student Wins Congressional Art Competition

Adam Schiff announced that Joshua Dominic Macapagal’s piece “The other side of cool” had won first place and will be included in the nationwide Congressional Arts Competition

Burroughs High Presents Pop Show 35 ‘Hall Of Fame’

A must see for every member of the family, JBHS VMA puts on the spectacular Pop Show 35.

myBurbank’s Position on Measure I: VOTE YES

Greg Simay spells out myBurbank's YES position on Measure I, the upcoming Parcel Tax for Burbank Schools. The time is NOW for action

Miller Elementary Receives STEM + Families Math Night Grant

The $1000 grant supported games and activities at the elementary school's Family Math Night.

Middle Schoolers Try Out Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Voices

Students from John Muir Middle School try their hand, or rather, their vocal chords, at making sounds and voices for a class on digital recording at Nickelodeon Animation Studios.

League of Woman Voters to Hold Panel Discussion

     This year, the League of Women Voters' many thousands of members nationwide are studying the Role of the Federal Government in Public Education. Joylene Wagner,...

Burbank Schools Show a 13 Point Gain in the 2012 Academic Performance Index

Burbank schools continue to show marked gains in the Academic Performance Index (API). The API is part of the California accountability system that measures the academic achievement of districts and individual schools

BUSD Student Board Members Attend Education Conference

High School ASB Presidents and Student School Board Members gain insight at annual state education conference, along with BUSD officials.

Burbank Unified Superintendent’s Update Addresses Budget, Reopening Concerns

With changes to the State budget, Burbank Unified now will not have to weather a drastic cut in funding, but federal advocacy is encouraged for the next stimulus package to help the schools safely reopen. Reopening concerns and plans are also discussed, including an FAQ and a survey to gauge choice between 100% distance learning and hybrid models for the 20-21 school year.

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Manecdotes Storyteller Event on Fathers and Fatherhood to Benefit Family Service Agency

Nine of LA's best storytellers will take the stage for one night only, sharing true stories about being a father or about their own dad in this early celebration of Father’s Day in MANECDOTES on Sunday, June 11th at 7:00pm at The Colony Theatre in Burbank. 

Burbank Working on Trying to Help Homeless Person in Metro Parking Lot Receive Help

Burbank officials say they are working to help a person who has set up an encampment in a Metrolink lot get situated

Burbank High School Students Honored with Dellinger Scholarship Awards

Isabel Nargizian, Yogini Vazirani and Sungjoo Yoon, from Burbank High School, have each been awarded the Dellinger Scholarship